Lara Stone, Freja Beha Erichsen, Isabeli Fontana & Others by Inez & Vinoodh for Vogue Paris August 2011

Escale à L.A. – Enlisting Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, the August issue of Vogue Paris takes to Los Angeles, California for its collection special starring cover girl Lara Stone, Freja Beha Erichsen, Isabeli Fontana, Natasha Poly and Arizona Muse. Styled by Emmanuelle Alt, Suzanne Koller and Melanie Ward the designs of the biggest labels including Missoni, Jil Sander, Loewe and Louis Vuitton get an urban backdrop.













31 Responses to “Lara Stone, Freja Beha Erichsen, Isabeli Fontana & Others by Inez & Vinoodh for Vogue Paris August 2011”

  1. I can’t remember when I last saw so many inappropriate clothes being worn against so many inappropriate backgrounds. None of this shoot makes sense.

    • Emichan Chan4 Reply

      What exactly is inappropriate? I LOVE THIS WHOLE STORY!! AND YES I AM CAP LOCKING YOU!!!

  2. i kind love it… seems a lot with the vogue paris work!!! back on  track!www.spotmag.blogspot.com

  3. Anonymous Reply

    I really enjoyed this editorial! Hopefully you’ll post more of it, as my favorites weren’t even amongst these. There’s a fabulous one of Natasha with Spiderman, and Lara with yet another posse of boys at the beach. Yes, it’s totally random, but it has a certain je ne sais quoi that works when you see it in its entirety.

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    • Emichan Chan4 Reply

      You are so wrong, this is first editorial, sorry first issue I have liked since Emmanuelle Alt took over as EIC

  4. Anonymous Reply

    Woah that shot with Lara lifting weights in the lace panties is intense!

  5. Anonymous Reply

    Woah that shot with Lara lifting weights in the lace panties is intense!

  6. anonymous Reply

    I love Arizona in this, her shots are the simplest out of all of them, but they have an undercurrent in them that is very modern to me.  Overall though, I don’t think this is the best giant editorial Vogue Paris has created, but I don’t believe it’s awful because there are some interesting shots.

  7. anonymous Reply

    I love Arizona in this, her shots are the simplest out of all of them, but they have an undercurrent in them that is very modern to me.  Overall though, I don’t think this is the best giant editorial Vogue Paris has created, but I don’t believe it’s awful because there are some interesting shots.

    • Emichan Chan4 Reply

      this is best one I have seen so far, I mean the Sorrenti last year was a total mess and disaster

      • anonymous Reply

        David Sims shot one that was pretty good for winter last year and Inez & Vinoodh shot a different one a while back called ADN de la Mode that I thought was GREAT- I guess seeing their earlier work for this publication I had expected something a little stronger from them.

  8. Mia Jovenena Reply

    What is with Vogue Paris and electric guitars? Emanuelle? Anyone?

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